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Mukilteo, WA 98275
ynrad is one of the most respected names in the world of industrial lasers. Since the introduction of the first sealed, RF excited, all-meatal tube CO2 laser in 1984, Synrad has delivered more than 250,000 industrial lasers worldwide. Today, OEMs and system integrators incorporate Synrad lasers in their equipment to perform a wide variety of digital processing applications, including marking, coding, engraving, cutting, scoring, and perforating on a wide range of target materials. Reliability, ruggedness, and near maintenance free operation are the hallmark of our lasers.
Each laser processing application is unique. Successful laser processing is a careful balance of laser performance, desired effect, throughput speed, installation limitations, and the beam delivery system. Synrad offers OEMs and system integrators a large selection of RF excited, sealed tube high performance CO2 lasers and perfectly matched scanning heads, including:
Both continuous wave and pulsed CO2 lasers
Average laser powers from 5 watts to 400 watts for a variety of processing applications
Up to 1 kW peak pulse power lasers for improved drilling, perforating, and cutting applications
Multiple wavelength options for a wide range of material processing
Compact air and water cooled models
Perfectly matched 2-axis and 3-axis scanning heads for plug-and-go operation
To improve customer experience and satisfaction, Synrad offers global service, support, and extended warranty service plans for all lasers and scanning heads. Three regional service centers and a network of Synrad Authorized Service Centers provide world class support with guaranteed turn-around times for repairs.
Synrad also maintains three fully equipped regional Applications Labs located in the USA, Germany and China providing a variety of testing services to validate laser applications and identify optimal laser equipment specifications. Direct participation in the application test or training is available at any regional Applications Lab, and is encouraged for new processing systems and applications.
As digital converting continues to gain traction in a market dominated by mechanical processes, high processing throughput and consistent quality are paramount. The non-contact, change-on-the-fly nature of digital converting continues to grow in value as manufacturers and processors seek effective, solutions to shorter, customized runs.
To learn more about Synrad visit www.synrad.com.